Posted by sean on December 12, 2005 at 10:16 pm in Football with No Comments

A recent news story about Wayne Rooney made me laugh. His fiancée Coleen McLoughlin is making a TV Show. In the show she mentions Rooney’s weight…

According to one newspaper she said: “They all think Wayne’s a big fat person and eats burgers every day, which he’s not, and I don’t know where they get it from. “

well… football fans have eyes, they can see he’s fat

she added “It does my head in because people really believe that. His favourite food is lettuce. He loves salad.”

Yeah, salad as long as it’s in a burger bun :o)

Wonder if Wayne wishes Coleen will spend more time in Miss Selfridge and less time talking to the media. The documentary entitled Coleen’s Secrets is due to be aired on Channel 5 (or Five as they now call themselves) soon. I won’t be holding my breath for any quality though. Sunderland have more chance of winning The Premiership than Coleen’s Secrets has of winning Documentary of the Year.

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